TheBuyList.com Announces Enterprise Stock Research Solutions

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TheBuyList.com, a leading provider of stock research, announces the launch of enterprise solutions which gives large investors the ability to analyze historical mutual fund and hedge fund transactions and historical stock ratings and rankings.

Our enterprise solution not only offers open access to historical data, but also provides new data much quicker as our database is updated frequently. We are excited to offer this unprecedented amount of data to the investment research teams which we believe will give them the opportunity to improve their models.

TheBuyList.com, a leading independent stock research provider, announced today the launch of the enterprise data solutions. With this service, the company offers access to stock analytics, historical mutual fund transactions, and stock ratings and rankings covering over 4,000 stocks since 2006 in over 2.3 million transactions in the company's database.

"We've been collecting and organizing mutual fund transactions since 2006. We have now over 2.3 million transactions for the top rated mutual funds. The data we have is very well organized and cleansed. With our enterprise solutions, we open up this database to the research and quantitative analysis teams of large organizations. The enterprise solution we offer gives full database access as well as data feed capabilities. We've done all the scraping work so that the analysts can now take this data and quickly feed it into their models," said Mehmet Oguz, founder and CEO of TheBuyList.com.

Mr. Oguz added, "Our enterprise solution not only offers open access to historical data, but also provides new data much quicker as our database is updated frequently. We are excited to offer this unprecedented amount of data to the investment research teams which we believe will give them the opportunity to improve their models."

TheBuyList.com has over 4,000 individual and institutional users such as Bank of America, Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs. TheBuyList.com uses patented search algorithms to extract mutual fund and hedge transactions from various sources such as the SEC filings. A user simply puts a stock symbol in the search bar and the site delivers ratings, rankings, a list of mutual or hedge fund transactions, buy/sell percentages and other analytical reports.

For more information, go to the company website (http://www.thebuylist.com) or contact the company at main @ thebuylist.com or via telephone at (650) 288-1692.

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